Surrey Night Market opens June 3

The night market is giving away a Honda Civic as a door prize this year.

  • May. 29, 2016 4:00 p.m.

Surrey Night Market director Satbir Cheema is look forward to an 'exciting' season this year at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

CLOVERDALE — Surrey Night Market is opening its doors next Friday (June 3) and this year they’re giving away a Honda Civic.

The winner will be drawn on Aug. 14, the last day of the market. To enter, attendees need to put their name in for the grand draw.

Organizers say the event will be full of “fun and entertainment for the entire family. Apart from food and merchandise booths there will be rides and games for children, performances by magicians, local bands, singers and dancers.”

SEE ALSO: Surrey Night Market operators weather storm, seek additional vendors for June 3 start

Parking is free and admission is $2, but there are ways to get in for free.

Anyone who brings a donation for the food bank or a new toy will get free admission, as will seniors over 65, children less than 48 inches, families of Canadian Forces personnel and veterans, groups of residents from long-term care and assisted living facilities and people in wheelchairs.

The multicultural market will run on Fridays and Saturdays from 6 to 11 p.m. and on Sundays from 5pm to 10pm at the Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds, 17726 62 Ave.

For more details visit surreynightmarket.com.

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